A good example of a park project was a fountain designed for Sheffield's Botanical Gardens. The fountain emulates an earlier structure. The replacement used some standard components with the detailed drawings produced for the new components and the overall work. Trevor Gilman has worked on other fountains including examples at Hartlepool and Llanfairfechan.
In addition to the Buxton bandstand, other design work at the Pavilion Gardens includes the cast iron work to the new kiosk close to the lake, and surveying the complex layout of the railings to The Square. Other railing schemes have been designed and produced for Queen's Park in Crewe and St James' Church, Bollington. This image shows a project in the Isle of Man
Buxton Methodist Church was completely modernised in the 1990's. The final stage was the external work - paving, surfacing, walls and boundary treatment. Again, Trevor Gilman's experience proved useful in placing alternative designs in front of the congregation, and sourcing components.
Trevor Gilman has worked on a variety of signage systems that can be seen all over the UK and including display panels and poster drums. Arches over streets often carry signs, as at Leicester and Harrogate. More unusual projects have included cast iron pavement lights at Wakefield City Hall a listed building, an auction shed at Market Rasen and a three metre long cast bronze relief map in Southampton city centre